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Licking Harry Potter's Backside: Mistake
Exquisite Baskets by Jeremy Frey
EPA: Pollution Dropping in Communities
Lumbee Citizen to Coordinate SAIS
Water Release Averts Klamath Fish Kill
Rebuttal to David Wilkins
Missing Fort Bragg Soldier Found
Wondolowski Takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Lassie's Back; $38 Million Ferrari
Black and Brown People: In This Together
Cities are Heating Up: Report
Free Speech Firestorm Follows Firing
Bill Clinton Gives Nod to Native STEM
Violence Is Common Sense in Border Towns
Every Argument for 'Redskins' Is Bogus
AIANTA Announces Nominations
CA Natives Working to Avert Fish Kill
Cartoonist Without Reservations
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Native Academics Mentor Students in STEM
Thing About Skins
Rapping in Aymara
Benjamin Dangl, Today correspondent
At 13,000 feet, the hip hop movement in El Alto, Bolivia is probably the highest in the world...
Loving voices for Mother Earth
Letter to the Editor
I ndigenous peoples of the world have compelling observations and ancient, traditional knowledge in regard to the environment...
IAIA Spring Homecoming Powwow celebrates unique cultural traditions
SANTA FE, N.M. – The Institute of American Indian Arts hosts the 2009 Spring Homecoming Powwow Saturday, May 9 on the IAIA Campus, at 83 Avan Nu Po Road in Santa Fe...
USD School of Law student named to national NNALSA post
Director Ethel Lund retires from Sealaska board
JUNEAU, Alaska – Sealaska Corporation announces that Director Ethel Lund will not seek re-election to the Sealaska board of directors at the 2009 annual meeting...
Jay Red Eagle releases new CD
Y ears ago, a flutemaker gave Jay Red Eagle a cedar flute. “I couldn’t put it down,” Red Eagle said. “I wanted to play 24 hours a day...
Three-day 'Chasing the Sun' event Native people, culture, traditions
PHOENIX – Hopi Vice Chairman Cedric Kuwaninvaya’s childhood memory of waking up early, running to a stream where he bathed, and racing back home before the sun came up has lent its...
Sundays at the Smoki features Gerald Dawavendewa
NWCC program aims to prevent diabetes in aboriginal communities
TERRACE, British Columbia – With the hopes of preventing and helping manage diabetes in northwest British Columbia’s aboriginal communities, where the disease is almost epidemic, N...
Oweesta offers financial education grants in South Dakota
RAPID CITY, S.D. – The First Nations Oweesta Corporation recently announced a grant opportunity for Native organizations serving Native communities and people in South Dakota...
Tribe: Casino biggest employer in Fremont Co.
The Northern Arapaho Tribe reports that its casino operations and associated businesses are now the largest employer in Fremont County...
Black Eagle takes chairman's oath, vows push for prosperity
Cedric Black Eagle, sworn in Tuesday as chairman of the Crow Nation, told an audience of hundreds that he is ready to lead his people into a future of hope...
Tribe’s casino pact with white men suspect
A secret, decade-long, eight-phase strategy by a group of local investors – including one notorious individual now under investigation for fraud – outlines plans for construction o...
Smith tries to undo American Indian stereotypes
Paul Chaat Smith dug deep into the disputed role of the American Indian as he read from his new book released in February...
d’Errico: The sands of federal ‘trust’
T he recent Supreme Court decision denying compensation for underpaid coal extraction from Navajo lands under federally approved leases ruled the Navajo Nation does not have a “sou...
Seminole Tribe gambling deal holds up budget
A week behind schedule, Florida legislators announced Tuesday that they had reached agreement on the broad framework for a budget reliant on federal stimulus money, increased fees ...
Fire burns thousands of acres in Cherokee
A fire that had burned more than 3,000 acres on the Cherokee Indian Reservation as of late Tuesday started when sparks from a downed power pole ignited the forest in the Big Cove C...
Ma-Chis tribe hosts Creek Indian Festival
ative American drums and dancers will line the Coffee County Farm Center this weekend with three full days during the annual Ma-Chis tribe hosting the Creek Indian Festival...
Judge rejects couple’s request for return of seized cigarettes, money
A federal judge has prevented Joan and Marvin Wilbur from recovering 3.6 million cigarettes and $127,107 seized two years ago in a federal raid of the Swinomish couple’s business, ...
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